This experiment was designed by a scientist Dr. Vladimir Poponin in 1992. to find out what impact DNA has on photons – the “stuff” our world is made of.

He took the glass tube and removed all the air from the inside of the tube thus creating a vacuum. It was assumed that the tube was empty.

But he discovered that the tube was not actually empty, yet there were photons in it – particles of light.  So scientists have decided to measure where in the tube the photons are located.

Are they located on the side of the tube or at the bottom or somewhere else? What they find is that they are completely randomly distributed everywhere in the tube.

Then they took human DNA and put it in the tube with the photons, and asked the question what effect human DNA has on photons?

What they were actually asking was what effect our body has on the world around us. In conventional science it was considered that our body has no effect on the world around us. But that does not match what the experiment showed.

The experiment showed that the photons were arranged along the human DNA that was placed in the tube. The photons have physically changed their arrangement in the tube  – they moved in the presence of human DNA as influenced by some invisible energy.

So, the photons from which our world is made of are rearranged in the presence of the DNA from which our body is made of.

This is the first time that an experiment is being shown in lab – our body changes our world.

At the end of experiment when they decided to remove DNA from the tube, happened something so unexpected. The scientist believed the photons would return to their original random state. Instead the photons were still lined up by DNA just as if DNA was still there, what bring us to conclusion that we have direct influence on the world around us even after we are gone.

This experiment make us to consider again our idea of reality and our connection with the physical world.